Knob - Gretsch, "G" with Arrow logo

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Knob - Gretsch, "G" with Arrow logo

Starting at: $39.75
Package of 4
Sold as a package of 4
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  • Chrome
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"G" with arrow, package of 4. Gretsch originally used these knobs on guitars from 1957 - 1967. These knobs are designed to fit ¼" solid shaft pots.

SKU:
P-K36X
Item ID:
002849
Application:
Brand:
Gretsch
Part Numbers
ColorOur Part NumberUPC/EANFender Part Number
ChromeP-K361 922-1022-000
GoldP-K360717669274689 922-1022-000
NickelP-K362717669274702 922-1022-000
Product Measurements by Type
Diameter0.886 in.
Item Height0.535 in.
Shaft Diameter0.25 in.
Packaging Information
Packaging Dimensions4.9 in. × 4.5 in. × 0.6 in.
Weight (Packaging)0.35 lbs.
Product Measurements by Item
P-K362 - Nickel versionDiameter0.886 in.
Item Height0.535 in.
Shaft Diameter0.25 in.
P-K361 - Chrome versionDiameter0.886 in.
Item Height0.535 in.
Shaft Diameter0.25 in.
P-K360 - Gold versionDiameter0.886 in.
Item Height0.535 in.
Shaft Diameter0.25 in.

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Asked by Anonymous on May 31st, 2017.
Matt H
May 31st, 2017
These are designed to fit on a 1/4" solid shaft pot and will not work on split shaft knobs.
Asked by Anonymous on April 24th, 2018.
Matt H
April 24th, 2018
Hi these knobs will work on 1/4" solid shaft pots. Typically Gibson's come with split knurled shaft pots. You will want to examine your pots to insure a proper fit.

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